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2013 Texas Tech Baseball Gameday Central Page


MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 2013 – 10:47 AM

Scott Lacefield (Twitter: @ScottLacefield)


Your one-stop shop for Texas Tech Baseball is ready to go for the 2013 season as the Baseball Gameday Central page is ready for first pitch!

This is your go-to webpage for the upcoming baseball season as you will be able to find every bit of gameday information whether you are watching or listening from home or about must-known facts about going to the game.

For fans heading to the ballpark you can access this page for information on tickets, parking, fan guide and promotions while being able to check the weather forecast as well.

Just below the gameday central graphic, you will find links where you can find GameTracker (live stats), live audio and video access and be able to locate the Tech baseball affiliates that will carry the action to you live.

The media can also access this page for a link that takes them directly to where they can request credentials and find any answers to questions throughout the season.

Icons for Texas Tech Athletics YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr pages are also on this row of links where fans can keep up with all of the latest with Tech’s social media platforms.

Gameday Central also offers all of the most recent video footage (Video Highlights) that produces game highlights and pre and post-game interviews with Coach Tadlock and Red Raider baseball student-athletes.

There is a “GAMEDAY” section that displays Tech’s next opponent and game information, such as the date, time, location, ballpark and whether the game will have a live video stream, TV broadcast or any other information that is specific for the upcoming game.

You will also see the Texas Tech TV logo and GameTracker logo for links that direct fans to the game broadcast and also live stats.

The twitter feed comes directly from @TechGameday where you can keep up with all of the action as it happens with the @TechGameday twitter account that will be run live from the ballpark – home or away. This is also where you can keep up with other Tech events that are happening at the same time – with possible men’s or women’s basketball, softball or other spring sports in action.

And in the “MATCHUP” area you will be able to find all of the information you need for both teams with links to their baseball home webpage, news link, rosters, schedule/results, statistics, game notes, media guides and more.

There is also a “HEADLINES” section where if you weren’t able to follow the previous game you can find links that take you right where you left off.

Everything you could possibly imagine about Texas Tech baseball all in one place.

And don’t forget, we are almost there, only 39 days, 7 hours and 12 minutes until first pitch on Opening Day!

Guns Up!

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